Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011 Under: Medical
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and body tissue all have to be made to be programmable in to another persons brain.  To walk or use a device by attachment is cosmetic and depending on what you are replacing if not to the same extent, may not need use from other parts of the brain or body. Unless of course, you have a horrid surgeon or something goes wrong in that your surgery to attach something artificial is unsuccessful. In that instance your body must work together to survive the damage that was done.

Because of research in Autism, studies will one day produce results that will enable those who are unable to talk and undertand to be able to do so. Lab experiments on the brain seem frightening involving lobotomy or by placing many micro ECoG's inside the brain of a patient in order to use brain waves to determine speech.  In analyzing autism and its symptoms or behaviors do we find similar patters that mimic other diseases or those that cause regression ie. Alzheimers or possibly forms of Dementia or Parkinson's.  It could be indicated that the failure of the brain's function to progress from its infant stages and early childhood can be related in some way to the regression of the brain to childlike instances or to the caring of an adult as though you would an infant with Alzheimers, Dementia or Parkinson's.

When symptoms of mental disorders are examined it becomes crucial to take those traits and examine the brains function in comparison to the many other mental disorders that affect the young and the old.  If that process by which the brains activity is stunted or ceases to function as it would in healthy output then what you have is the same disease but different course or stage of development. Huh?

When the brain ceases to function properly in role for memory, attention, awareness, thought, language, motor skills ect., how is that different from when it does it in a person at a very young age or an adult of old age?  Hence, the brain is indicative of processes caused by the same regression of function but given another term by indentification because of how how the onset occurs.  For example: an elderly person who has lived a full life and was a CFO of a 20,000 person company and who incidentally was fluent in three languages and held a doctorate would not be labeled autistic because of their brain's regression at an older age caused this person to drool, and becaome unable to speak or such speech was delayed as their words were not easy to remember, then tanturms would result in frustration in being unable to communicate.  A young child who at the age of five or six would not be seen upon as having Alzheimer's or Parkinsons because they did not have the proper use of motor skills and their speech was slow or non existant and they did not seem to understand the environment around them given the fact that the child had two loving parents and came from a good family.  Yet, there are different terms of mental disorders but, with similar symptoms.

If one can respond to a question, but is unable to ask one, this means that the brain is limited to the stimuli that it recieves, because it can only respond to what goes in. However, this means that the brain is having difficulty in producing mental thought associated with creating words and speech for output.  Hence, it could be the right part of the brain that has lesions  and damage which have caused neurons to die prematurely in a young person or in an older person they die off causing a regression as very small amounts of information only are what the left portion of the brain has to function with. The neural tissue in our brains has about six layers that consists of neurons.  We have about 80 to 120 billion nerve cells.  If the nerve cells are damaged or have lesions, then they die.  When this occurs our brain's capacity for output diminishes.  If the brain is lesioned in some way in that it does not produce the normal amount of nerve cells needed for a healthy brain then, it can also be concluded that people with mental disorders have a lack of a neurotramsmitter called Dopamine which is responsible for transmitting information in the brain and cognitive and motor enhancement. Dopamine is made in our bodies and biosynthesized by amino acid and L-tyrosine.

It is certainly possible to test the brain for possible lesions and medicine by now should at least be able to do a neural tissue transplant. They do it after the lobotomy.  In doing so, the brain disorder could probably be reversed because healthy neurons will create healthy nerve cells and thus, healthy minds.

To continue in keeping the mind healthy and in supply of Dopamine we need to use our bean. In specific it is called Velvet Bean (mucuna pruriens) or L-Dopa which converts to Dopamine in the body and brain. When the brain consists of such a supplement it will help enable it to function as it should, so the more you eat...


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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011 Under: Medical
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and body tissue all have to be made to be programmable in to another persons brain.  To walk or use a device by attachment is cosmetic and depending on what you are replacing if not to the same extent, may not need use from other parts of the brain or body. Unless of course, you have a horrid surgeon or something goes wrong in that your surgery to attach something artificial is unsuccessful. In that instance your body must work together to survive the damage that was done.

Because of research in Autism, studies will one day produce results that will enable those who are unable to talk and undertand to be able to do so. Lab experiments on the brain seem frightening involving lobotomy or by placing many micro ECoG's inside the brain of a patient in order to use brain waves to determine speech.  In analyzing autism and its symptoms or behaviors do we find similar patters that mimic other diseases or those that cause regression ie. Alzheimers or possibly forms of Dementia or Parkinson's.  It could be indicated that the failure of the brain's function to progress from its infant stages and early childhood can be related in some way to the regression of the brain to childlike instances or to the caring of an adult as though you would an infant with Alzheimers, Dementia or Parkinson's.

When symptoms of mental disorders are examined it becomes crucial to take those traits and examine the brains function in comparison to the many other mental disorders that affect the young and the old.  If that process by which the brains activity is stunted or ceases to function as it would in healthy output then what you have is the same disease but different course or stage of development. Huh?

When the brain ceases to function properly in role for memory, attention, awareness, thought, language, motor skills ect., how is that different from when it does it in a person at a very young age or an adult of old age?  Hence, the brain is indicative of processes caused by the same regression of function but given another term by indentification because of how how the onset occurs.  For example: an elderly person who has lived a full life and was a CFO of a 20,000 person company and who incidentally was fluent in three languages and held a doctorate would not be labeled autistic because of their brain's regression at an older age caused this person to drool, and becaome unable to speak or such speech was delayed as their words were not easy to remember, then tanturms would result in frustration in being unable to communicate.  A young child who at the age of five or six would not be seen upon as having Alzheimer's or Parkinsons because they did not have the proper use of motor skills and their speech was slow or non existant and they did not seem to understand the environment around them given the fact that the child had two loving parents and came from a good family.  Yet, there are different terms of mental disorders but, with similar symptoms.

If one can respond to a question, but is unable to ask one, this means that the brain is limited to the stimuli that it recieves, because it can only respond to what goes in. However, this means that the brain is having difficulty in producing mental thought associated with creating words and speech for output.  Hence, it could be the right part of the brain that has lesions  and damage which have caused neurons to die prematurely in a young person or in an older person they die off causing a regression as very small amounts of information only are what the left portion of the brain has to function with. The neural tissue in our brains has about six layers that consists of neurons.  We have about 80 to 120 billion nerve cells.  If the nerve cells are damaged or have lesions, then they die.  When this occurs our brain's capacity for output diminishes.  If the brain is lesioned in some way in that it does not produce the normal amount of nerve cells needed for a healthy brain then, it can also be concluded that people with mental disorders have a lack of a neurotramsmitter called Dopamine which is responsible for transmitting information in the brain and cognitive and motor enhancement. Dopamine is made in our bodies and biosynthesized by amino acid and L-tyrosine.

It is certainly possible to test the brain for possible lesions and medicine by now should at least be able to do a neural tissue transplant. They do it after the lobotomy.  In doing so, the brain disorder could probably be reversed because healthy neurons will create healthy nerve cells and thus, healthy minds.

To continue in keeping the mind healthy and in supply of Dopamine we need to use our bean. In specific it is called Velvet Bean (mucuna pruriens) or L-Dopa which converts to Dopamine in the body and brain. When the brain consists of such a supplement it will help enable it to function as it should, so the more you eat...


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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011 Under: Medical
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and body tissue all have to be made to be programmable in to another persons brain.  To walk or use a device by attachment is cosmetic and depending on what you are replacing if not to the same extent, may not need use from other parts of the brain or body. Unless of course, you have a horrid surgeon or something goes wrong in that your surgery to attach something artificial is unsuccessful. In that instance your body must work together to survive the damage that was done.

Because of research in Autism, studies will one day produce results that will enable those who are unable to talk and undertand to be able to do so. Lab experiments on the brain seem frightening involving lobotomy or by placing many micro ECoG's inside the brain of a patient in order to use brain waves to determine speech.  In analyzing autism and its symptoms or behaviors do we find similar patters that mimic other diseases or those that cause regression ie. Alzheimers or possibly forms of Dementia or Parkinson's.  It could be indicated that the failure of the brain's function to progress from its infant stages and early childhood can be related in some way to the regression of the brain to childlike instances or to the caring of an adult as though you would an infant with Alzheimers, Dementia or Parkinson's.

When symptoms of mental disorders are examined it becomes crucial to take those traits and examine the brains function in comparison to the many other mental disorders that affect the young and the old.  If that process by which the brains activity is stunted or ceases to function as it would in healthy output then what you have is the same disease but different course or stage of development. Huh?

When the brain ceases to function properly in role for memory, attention, awareness, thought, language, motor skills ect., how is that different from when it does it in a person at a very young age or an adult of old age?  Hence, the brain is indicative of processes caused by the same regression of function but given another term by indentification because of how how the onset occurs.  For example: an elderly person who has lived a full life and was a CFO of a 20,000 person company and who incidentally was fluent in three languages and held a doctorate would not be labeled autistic because of their brain's regression at an older age caused this person to drool, and becaome unable to speak or such speech was delayed as their words were not easy to remember, then tanturms would result in frustration in being unable to communicate.  A young child who at the age of five or six would not be seen upon as having Alzheimer's or Parkinsons because they did not have the proper use of motor skills and their speech was slow or non existant and they did not seem to understand the environment around them given the fact that the child had two loving parents and came from a good family.  Yet, there are different terms of mental disorders but, with similar symptoms.

If one can respond to a question, but is unable to ask one, this means that the brain is limited to the stimuli that it recieves, because it can only respond to what goes in. However, this means that the brain is having difficulty in producing mental thought associated with creating words and speech for output.  Hence, it could be the right part of the brain that has lesions  and damage which have caused neurons to die prematurely in a young person or in an older person they die off causing a regression as very small amounts of information only are what the left portion of the brain has to function with. The neural tissue in our brains has about six layers that consists of neurons.  We have about 80 to 120 billion nerve cells.  If the nerve cells are damaged or have lesions, then they die.  When this occurs our brain's capacity for output diminishes.  If the brain is lesioned in some way in that it does not produce the normal amount of nerve cells needed for a healthy brain then, it can also be concluded that people with mental disorders have a lack of a neurotramsmitter called Dopamine which is responsible for transmitting information in the brain and cognitive and motor enhancement. Dopamine is made in our bodies and biosynthesized by amino acid and L-tyrosine.

It is certainly possible to test the brain for possible lesions and medicine by now should at least be able to do a neural tissue transplant. They do it after the lobotomy.  In doing so, the brain disorder could probably be reversed because healthy neurons will create healthy nerve cells and thus, healthy minds.

To continue in keeping the mind healthy and in supply of Dopamine we need to use our bean. In specific it is called Velvet Bean (mucuna pruriens) or L-Dopa which converts to Dopamine in the body and brain. When the brain consists of such a supplement it will help enable it to function as it should, so the more you eat...


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Changing The Guard of Autism

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, December 15, 2011 Under: Medical
Autism is a disorder that affects many people. Usually diagnosed when a child is unable to talk or interact with others.  Autistic people may also not be able to read, write or understand.  This disorder is no longer considered rare or almost unheard of as mental retardation was a very common word or term; autism is yet another spectrum among mental disorders. Altering a body physically seems easier than it is to change its process for function mentally.  This is because delicate neurons and body tissue all have to be made to be programmable in to another persons brain.  To walk or use a device by attachment is cosmetic and depending on what you are replacing if not to the same extent, may not need use from other parts of the brain or body. Unless of course, you have a horrid surgeon or something goes wrong in that your surgery to attach something artificial is unsuccessful. In that instance your body must work together to survive the damage that was done.

Because of research in Autism, studies will one day produce results that will enable those who are unable to talk and undertand to be able to do so. Lab experiments on the brain seem frightening involving lobotomy or by placing many micro ECoG's inside the brain of a patient in order to use brain waves to determine speech.  In analyzing autism and its symptoms or behaviors do we find similar patters that mimic other diseases or those that cause regression ie. Alzheimers or possibly forms of Dementia or Parkinson's.  It could be indicated that the failure of the brain's function to progress from its infant stages and early childhood can be related in some way to the regression of the brain to childlike instances or to the caring of an adult as though you would an infant with Alzheimers, Dementia or Parkinson's.

When symptoms of mental disorders are examined it becomes crucial to take those traits and examine the brains function in comparison to the many other mental disorders that affect the young and the old.  If that process by which the brains activity is stunted or ceases to function as it would in healthy output then what you have is the same disease but different course or stage of development. Huh?

When the brain ceases to function properly in role for memory, attention, awareness, thought, language, motor skills ect., how is that different from when it does it in a person at a very young age or an adult of old age?  Hence, the brain is indicative of processes caused by the same regression of function but given another term by indentification because of how how the onset occurs.  For example: an elderly person who has lived a full life and was a CFO of a 20,000 person company and who incidentally was fluent in three languages and held a doctorate would not be labeled autistic because of their brain's regression at an older age caused this person to drool, and becaome unable to speak or such speech was delayed as their words were not easy to remember, then tanturms would result in frustration in being unable to communicate.  A young child who at the age of five or six would not be seen upon as having Alzheimer's or Parkinsons because they did not have the proper use of motor skills and their speech was slow or non existant and they did not seem to understand the environment around them given the fact that the child had two loving parents and came from a good family.  Yet, there are different terms of mental disorders but, with similar symptoms.

If one can respond to a question, but is unable to ask one, this means that the brain is limited to the stimuli that it recieves, because it can only respond to what goes in. However, this means that the brain is having difficulty in producing mental thought associated with creating words and speech for output.  Hence, it could be the right part of the brain that has lesions  and damage which have caused neurons to die prematurely in a young person or in an older person they die off causing a regression as very small amounts of information only are what the left portion of the brain has to function with. The neural tissue in our brains has about six layers that consists of neurons.  We have about 80 to 120 billion nerve cells.  If the nerve cells are damaged or have lesions, then they die.  When this occurs our brain's capacity for output diminishes.  If the brain is lesioned in some way in that it does not produce the normal amount of nerve cells needed for a healthy brain then, it can also be concluded that people with mental disorders have a lack of a neurotramsmitter called Dopamine which is responsible for transmitting information in the brain and cognitive and motor enhancement. Dopamine is made in our bodies and biosynthesized by amino acid and L-tyrosine.

It is certainly possible to test the brain for possible lesions and medicine by now should at least be able to do a neural tissue transplant. They do it after the lobotomy.  In doing so, the brain disorder could probably be reversed because healthy neurons will create healthy nerve cells and thus, healthy minds.

To continue in keeping the mind healthy and in supply of Dopamine we need to use our bean. In specific it is called Velvet Bean (mucuna pruriens) or L-Dopa which converts to Dopamine in the body and brain. When the brain consists of such a supplement it will help enable it to function as it should, so the more you eat...


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